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					LCD Monitor
User’s Manual

Model:M82S1 / M70S1 / M40S1 / M32S1 / M20S1/ M19S1

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CONTENTS:
Chapter I Introduction to outline and interface------------------------------------------3
1.1 Introduction to M40S1---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 1.2 Introduction to M32S1---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 1.3 Introduction to M20S1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 1.4 Introduction to M19S1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 1.5 Introduction to OSD buttons-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 1.6 Introduction to interface-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4

Chapter II Connecting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
2.1Control monitors through RS232---------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 2.2 DVI Signal ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 2.3 Video signal ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7 2.4 RGB/HV signal ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

Chapter III

Remote Control and Signal Input --------------------------------------8

3.1 Introduction to Remote Control-------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------8 3.2 Instruction to signal input selection: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------8 3.3 Menu Introduction-:-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9

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Chapter I Introduction to outline and interface
1.1 Introduction to M40S1:
Front: Right: Back:

Bottom:

1.2 Introduction to M32S1:
Front: Right: Back:

Bottom:

1.3

Introduction to M20S1:
Front: Left: Back: Right:

1.4 Introduction to M19S1:
Front: Left: Back: Right:

The above mentioned products are different in outlines. Their OSD buttons and interface are the same. 3

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1.5 Introduction to OSD buttons:

1) 2)

:

Power Button ON/OFF : Navigation buttons a. adjust volume b. select in OSD menu. c. select in signals input d. adjust values

4)

:

Open/Close OSD Menu or Return to Previous Menu

5) 6)

: :

Open signals input list Select signal input.

1.6 Introduction to Interface:

A.

AC IN: Connect with power cord.

B.

RS232 INPUT / RS232 OUTPUT

C.

BNC/RGB/HV IN: (R, G, B, H, V) input connectors for video signals from computer BNC/RGB/HV OUT: (R, G, B, H, V) output connectors for video signals from computer

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D.

BNC/YPbPr IN: input connectors for component signals BNC/YPbPr OUT: output connectors for component signals

E.

VGA (D-SUB) IN: (input connectors for video signals from computer) D-Sub cable (15 pin D-Sub) - PC model ( Analogue Signal) DVI (DVI–D) IN: (input connectors for video signals from computer ) DVI-D model (Digital Signal)

F.

VIDEO1 IN/VIDEO1 OUT Input/Output connectors for video signals RCA/VIDEO2 Input connect for video signal DIN 4 PIN/S-Video Input connector for S-video

G.

AUDIO IN 1: DVD/HD, VIDEO1 (RCA) AUDIO IN 2: VIDEO2 (RCA), S-VIDEO (RCA) AUDIO IN 3: STEREO Mini Jack AUDIN OUT: STEREO Mini Jack VGA RGB HV/ DVI

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Chapter II
2.1 RS232 Control:

Connecting

Monitors can be controlled by computer through RS232 cable. There are two RS232 connectors on the monitor. (One for signals input, the other for signals output). Every monitor needs a separate ID number to realize management through RS232.

2.2 DVI Signal
Connect the monitor and computer through DVI-D cable, and switch the signals input to DVI in menu. Use AUDIO IN3 connector for audio input, and AUDIO OUT for audio output.

2.3 Video signal
Video2 and S-video signal Connect DVD and monitor through video cable by Video2 or S-VIDEO connectors. Switch signal input of monitor to Video2 or S-VIDEO. Use AUDIO IN2 connector for audio input, and AUDIO OUT for audio output.

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User’s Manual YPbPr and Video1 signal 1. Connect signal source Video1 signal or HD signal and monitor through BNC cable. 2. Use YPbPr OUT or Video1 OUT connector to send signals to a second monitor. 3. Use AUDIO IN1 as audio input, and AUDIO OUT as audio output.

2.4 RGB/HV signal
1. Use RGB signal cable with D-SUB connector (15 PIN) to connect monitor and computer. Switch signal input to VGA. 2. Use RGB/HV cable to connect monitor through BNC/RGB/HV IN and computer. Switch signal input to VGA2. 3. Use RGBHV/OUT and a cable to send signal to a second monitor. 4. Use AUDIO IN3 as audio input connector and AUDIO OUT as audio output connector.

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Chapter III

Remote Control and Signal Input

3.1 Introduction to Remote Control:

Power: Press this button to turn On / Off monitor

Navigation Buttons: Press these buttons to select preference and MENU for confirmation.

GOTO: Select signal input

3.2 Instruction to signals input:
Press GOTO button to enter signals input list and use navigation buttons to make a choice.

1. VGA: analogue signal from computer 2. DVI:digital signal from computer 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. AV : VIDEO signal input 1 AV2: VIDEO signal input 2 S-VIDEO: S-Video signal input YPbPr: Components signal input VGA2: BNC/RGB HV signal input

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3.3 Menu Introduction:
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PICTURE:

Press “Menu” button, then the following screen shows up. Use navigation buttons to adjust parameters.

1) CONTRAST: Use navigation buttons to adjust values of contrast.

2) BRIGHTNESS: Use navigation buttons to adjust values of brightness. 3) SATURATION: Use navigation buttons to adjust values of saturation. 4) SHARPNESS: Use navigation buttons to adjust values of sharpness. 5) COLOR TEMP: Use navigation buttons to change modes of color temperature: Standard / Warm / Cold / User.
■ SOUND:

1) BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE: Use navigation buttons to adjust notes and balance of sound. 2) SOUND MODE: Use navigation buttons to change sound modes: STANDARD, NEWS, MUSIC 3) AVC, LOUDNESS, SUPERBASS, SOUND EFFECT: Use navigation buttons to make proper selection.

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■ ADVANCE

1) CLOCKER:Real time set 2) ON TIME: Time to turn on the unit 3) OFF TIME:Time to turn off the unit 4) SLEEP TIME:ON/OFF sleep time (when ON TIME and OFF TIME are not activated) 5) TOTAL X (Number of horizontal screens): Setting the number of landscape displays. Adjust the number of “X” by clicking “↑”and “↓” buttons 6) TOTAL Y (Number of vertical screens): Setting the number of portrait displays. Adjust the number of “Y” by clicking “↑”and “↓” buttons. 7) CURRENT X 8) CURRENT Y Setting the abscissa of the unit Setting the ordinate of the unit

Sketch for tilling video wall : 3 x 3

9) TEMPERATURE: Actual temperature for monitor 10) FAN ACTIVE: Users can set a temperature value to activate fans. When the temperature is higher than the value the fan will turn on automatically, otherwise, it will turn off automatically. Note: M20S1 and M19S1 don't have temperature or fan active functions.

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■ OSD:

1) OSD LANGUAGE:

CHINESE or ENGLISH.

2) OSD H-POSITION/ OSD V-POSITION: set the horizontal/vertical position of the menu 3) OSD DURATION: 5SEC, 10SEC, 15SEC, 30SEC, 45SEC, 60SEC. 4) MEMORY RECALL: Return to default setting. 5) LEFT EDGE: UP EDGE: RIGHT EDGE: DOWN EDGE: 0-30 0-30 0-50 0-50

The monitors are able to eliminate stagger of display.

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